Survivor Creative Arts Exhibit
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
- 8:00 PM
Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault from 180 Turning Lives Around, will showcase an exhibit of expressive arts as part of their journey in healing and turning their life around.
The community is invited to the JBJ Soul Kitchen, Red Bank, on Wednesday, October 16 at 6:00 PM to witness this exhibit while enjoying refreshments and delicacies from the Soul Kitchen. Enjoy strolling through the garden and joining with others from the community who are interested in ending violence in Monmouth County.
This is an opportunity to take an active role in 180's mission during October's National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The exhibit is being produced by 180's Amanda's Easel Creative Arts Therapy Program which is an integral component to 180's mission of empowering survivors of domestic and sexual violence to have the strength and courage to turn their life around. Special thanks to our caring friends at the JBJ Soul Kitchen for sponsoring this complimentary event and believing in the mission of 180 Turning Lives Around.
The event is complimentary thanks to the generosity of the JBJ Soul Kitchen.
RSVP: [email protected]
Please RSVP by 10.11.19
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Last Updated: 10/07/19